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    Can this window be repaired

    Just discovered rain is leaking through this window into the garage below.I have a picture of the rotted rail after I began digging and drilling out the rotted wood. I was thinking of first sealing...
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    Thanks! Most helpful. Any insight on my plenum...

    Thanks! Most helpful. Any insight on my plenum question?
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    Thanks for such great insight.Two more questions....

    Thanks for such great insight.Two more questions. Do you think the plenum is an issue? Is the cellulose that much more efficient than fiberglass batts? I have decided that our money would be better...
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    Thanks for all the replies! Most helpful! A...

    Thanks for all the replies! Most helpful! A question I have about our home and I pose it to every contractor giving a quote. Our home is pretty energy efficient;when it was built in 1993 it received...
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    Quality A/C and Heating Brands

    Our central A/C and gas heating systems are the original for our home;now 19 years old. I know they have lasted beyond their life expectancy so I am obtaining quotes from different contractors.My...
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    Garage Door Opener The Saga Continues

    I posted earlier about my 2 garage doors failing the safety reversal test and got some good insight from replies but still have questions. As I mentioned one opener is brand new;the other about 15...
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    I'm having this problem with both doors; the one...

    I'm having this problem with both doors; the one that has the brand new opener and the other has a much older opener. Springs on both doors were replaced at same time. So I conclude it must be the...
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    Think I replied in the wrong box. Anyway as I...

    Think I replied in the wrong box. Anyway as I posted down below I tightened the springs as much as possible and still the reversal does not work. am I to conclude they are now simply too loose? They...
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    The trolley nut adjusts the tension between the...

    The trolley nut adjusts the tension between the belt and the trolley;right now its too loose and there is too much slack in the belt. The nut has a slotted nut ring that is held with a screwdriver...
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    Alright I advanced the spring up those 4" and...

    Alright I advanced the spring up those 4" and door closes and opens fine but when I test the safety reversal with a block of wood it still doesn't function. So I am concluding the springs must be...
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    I looked at the spring and to pull it tighter,...

    I looked at the spring and to pull it tighter, the next hole is 4" away;springs are currently in the hole farthest away from the door.So I just want to ask if it's OK to adjust them that much. These...
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    So I disconnected the opener from the door and...

    So I disconnected the opener from the door and held the door open about half way. It does not stay open;am having same problem with other door.So I assume the springs are now too loose. These are...
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    Garage Door Opener Spring/Trolley Nut

    I just replaced my older chain drive garage door opener with a new belt drive. It works fine except for one thing.It fails the safety reversal test. It passes the the protector system test so I know...
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    You guys are right. Went to plumbing supply place...

    You guys are right. Went to plumbing supply place and bought new ferrule. Guy explained how they get compressed over time. What a difference between the old one(10 years old) and the new one. Problem...
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    The ferrule I'm using is what the plumber...

    The ferrule I'm using is what the plumber installed 10 years ago. and the tubing is brand new.BTW I posted wrong about the diameter It's 1/8" not 1/4 if that matters. And I've tried reattaching the...
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    Attaching ferrule to plastic tubing

    I'm replacing the faucet for our kitchen water filter. There is a 1/4 " line that connects to the house supply. The original line was installed by a plumber so this is my first experience with...
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    Gas Water Heater-When To replace

    I've posted other questions on this regarding my 18 year old bradford white water heater.Some responses indicate I should go ahead and replace it. I understand replacing it if the tank is leaking but...
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    Reminds me of another question. He installed some...

    Reminds me of another question. He installed some kind of solenoid to the cold water pipe connected to water alarm. What exactly is that device called and price of it?
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    Easy enough. It is only this one tub. No the...

    Easy enough. It is only this one tub. No the other and not in the washing machine water or kitchen
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    Missed that detail but I'm not a pro. Was just...

    Missed that detail but I'm not a pro. Was just trying to get overall idea of replacing a heater.
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    Replacing Water Heater-Good Brands

    Think I'll start checking out prices for a new one. Two questions First what are brands to stick with? This one is a Bradford White .have heard it's a good brand along with AO Smith. BTW it is a...
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    This Old house rust in water

    Was watching this old house this weekend. Homeowner had rust in bathtub water and was told it's time to replace the water heater. Is this really true? Our home is about 18 years with the original...
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    You're right.realize after I posted question it...

    You're right.realize after I posted question it is a no brainer.
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    Dril bit for steel sink

    I am going to drill a hole in a stainless steel sink with a titanium step bit. I know I need to first drill a 1/8 " pilot hole. I have some bits on hand but they are not titanium. Do I will they...
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    Thanks will do.

    Thanks will do.
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